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Big Bash League 2019-20

Big Bash League 2019-20 or BBL 2019-20 is the ninth edition of the domestic T20 Cricket tournament held in Australia. The tournament is scheduled between December 2019 to February 2020. The number of matches has increased from 59 to 61 from the last season. The Knockout has been revamped into the play-off system.

What is Big Bash League (BBL)?

It is Australia’s mega domestic cricket tournament that is attracting international cricket fans. It is slated to start from 17th Tuesday, December to 8th Saturday, February. The league has eight teams that represent various cities of Australia. They will participate in 56 matches, but the Cricket Australia has shaken up the format for the finals. There will be five matches to crown a team a winner. In its short tenure, the Big Bash League has garnered millions of fans from around the world.

Format for the Big Bash League Cricket

The tournament follows two types of formats in the group stage matches:

  • Double round-robin format: In this format, the teams will go against each other twice. As there are a limited number of teams, the Big Bash League will follow this format.

  • Knockout format: The teams that fare poorly are knocked out and the remaining teams proceed to the semi-finals.

The Cricket Australia, the local cricket board, introduced five-team final format:

The Eliminator - The teams that finish fourth and fifth will compete on 30th Thursday, January.

The Qualifier – The teams that finish first and second will compete on 31st Friday, January.

The Knock-Out – The team that finishes third will play with the winner from the Eliminator. It will be held on 1st February.

The Challenger – The losing team from the Qualifier will play with the winner of The Knockout on 6th February.

The Final – The winners of the Qualifier and Challenger rounds will go head to head on 8th February.

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BIG BASH LEAGUE 2019-20 SCHEDULE - MATCH DETAILS

Match Date & Time Location
Heat vs Thunder, 1st Match Dec 17, Tue, 8:10 AM The Gabba, Brisbane PLAY NOW
Sixers vs Scorchers, 2nd Match Dec 18, Wed, 8:10 AM Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney PLAY NOW
Renegades vs Thunder, 3rd Match Dec 19, Thu, 8:10 AM Simonds Stadium, Geelong PLAY NOW
Hurricanes vs Sixers, 4th Match Dec 20, Fri, 3:45 AM Traeger Park, Alice Springs PLAY NOW
Heat vs Stars, 5th Match Dec 20, Fri, 8:10 AM Carrara Oval, Queensland PLAY NOW
Thunder vs Strikers, 6th Match Dec 21, Sat, 8:10 AM Manuka Oval, Canberra PLAY NOW
Scorchers vs Renegades, 7th Match Dec 21, Sat, 10:10 AM Perth Stadium, Perth PLAY NOW
Stars vs Hurricanes, 8th Match Dec 22, Sun, 3:45 AM Ted Summerton Reserve, Moe, Victoria PLAY NOW
Sixers vs Heat, 9th Match Dec 22, Sun, 8:10 AM Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney PLAY NOW
Strikers vs Scorchers, 10th Match Dec 23, Mon, 8:10 AM Adelaide Oval, Adelaide PLAY NOW
Hurricanes vs Renegades, 11th Match Dec 24, Tue, 3:45 AM Bellerive Oval, Hobart PLAY NOW
Scorchers vs Sixers, 12th Match Dec 26, Thu, 8:10 AM Perth Stadium, Perth PLAY NOW
Stars vs Strikers, 13th Match Dec 27, Fri, 8:10 AM Carrara Oval, Queensland PLAY NOW
Sixers vs Thunder, 14th Match Dec 28, Sat, 8:10 AM Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney PLAY NOW
Renegades vs Strikers, 15th Match Dec 29, Sun, 8:10 AM Docklands Stadium, Melbourne PLAY NOW
Hurricanes vs Stars, 16th Match Dec 30, Mon, 8:10 AM Aurora Stadium, Launceston PLAY NOW
Strikers vs Thunder, 17th Match Dec 31, Tue, 8:10 AM Adelaide Oval, Adelaide PLAY NOW
Heat vs Scorchers, 18th Match Jan 01, Wed, 8:10 AM Carrara Oval, Queensland PLAY NOW
Thunder vs Stars, 19th Match Jan 02, Thu, 4:40 AM Sydney Showground Stadium, Sydney PLAY NOW
Renegades vs Sixers, 20th Match Jan 02, Thu, 8:10 AM Docklands Stadium, Melbourne PLAY NOW
Hurricanes vs Heat, 21st Match Jan 03, Fri, 8:10 AM Bellerive Oval, Hobart PLAY NOW
Stars vs Renegades, 22nd Match Jan 04, Sat, 8:10 AM Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne PLAY NOW
Sixers vs Strikers, 23rd Match Jan 05, Sun, 7:40 AM International Sports Stadium, Coffs Harbour PLAY NOW
Scorchers vs Hurricanes, 24th Match Jan 05, Sun, 10:40 AM Perth Stadium, Perth PLAY NOW
Thunder vs Heat, 25th Match Jan 06, Mon, 8:10 AM Sydney Showground Stadium, Sydney PLAY NOW
Renegades vs Scorchers, 26th Match Jan 07, Tue, 8:10 AM Simonds Stadium, Geelong PLAY NOW
Strikers vs Sixers, 27th Match Jan 08, Wed, 4:40 AM Adelaide Oval, Adelaide PLAY NOW
Stars vs Thunder, 28th Match Jan 08, Wed, 8:10 AM Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne PLAY NOW
Heat vs Hurricanes, 29th Match Jan 09, Thu, 8:10 AM The Gabba, Brisbane PLAY NOW
Renegades vs Stars, 30th Match Jan 10, Fri, 8:10 AM Docklands Stadium, Melbourne PLAY NOW
Thunder vs Hurricanes, 31st Match Jan 11, Sat, 7:10 AM Sydney Showground Stadium, Sydney PLAY NOW
Scorchers vs Heat, 32nd Match Jan 11, Sat, 10:10 AM Perth Stadium, Perth PLAY NOW
Strikers vs Renegades, 33rd Match Jan 12, Sun, 4:40 AM Adelaide Oval, Adelaide PLAY NOW
Stars vs Sixers, 34th Match Jan 12, Sun, 8:10 AM Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne PLAY NOW
Hurricanes vs Scorchers, 35th Match Jan 13, Mon, 8:10 AM Bellerive Oval, Hobart PLAY NOW
Heat vs Strikers, 36th Match Jan 14, Tue, 4:40 AM The Gabba, Brisbane PLAY NOW
Thunder vs Renegades, 37th Match Jan 15, Wed, 7:10 AM Manuka Oval, Canberra PLAY NOW
Scorchers vs Stars, 38th Match Jan 15, Wed, 10:10 AM Perth Stadium, Perth PLAY NOW
Sixers vs Hurricanes, 39th Match Jan 16, Thu, 8:10 AM Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney PLAY NOW
Strikers vs Heat, 40th Match Jan 17, Fri, 4:40 AM Adelaide Oval, Adelaide PLAY NOW
Stars vs Scorchers, 41st Match Jan 18, Sat, 4:40 AM Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne PLAY NOW
Thunder vs Sixers, 42nd Match Jan 18, Sat, 8:10 AM Sydney Showground Stadium, Sydney PLAY NOW
Hurricanes vs Strikers, 43rd Match Jan 19, Sun, 3:45 AM Aurora Stadium, Launceston PLAY NOW
Heat vs Renegades, 44th Match Jan 19, Sun, 8:10 AM The Gabba, Brisbane PLAY NOW
Sixers vs Stars, 45th Match Jan 20, Mon, 7:40 AM Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney PLAY NOW
Scorchers vs Thunder, 46th Match Jan 20, Mon, 10:40 AM Perth Stadium, Perth PLAY NOW
Renegades vs Hurricanes, 47th Match Jan 21, Tue, 8:10 AM Docklands Stadium, Melbourne PLAY NOW
Strikers vs Stars, 48th Match Jan 22, Wed, 8:10 AM Adelaide Oval, Adelaide PLAY NOW
Heat vs Sixers, 49th Match Jan 23, Thu, 8:10 AM The Gabba, Brisbane PLAY NOW
Hurricanes vs Thunder, 50th Match Jan 24, Fri, 7:10 AM Bellerive Oval, Hobart PLAY NOW
Scorchers vs Strikers, 51st Match Jan 24, Fri, 10:10 AM Perth Stadium, Perth PLAY NOW
Sixers vs Renegades, 52nd Match Jan 25, Sat, 4:40 AM Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney PLAY NOW
Stars vs Heat, 53rd Match Jan 25, Sat, 8:10 AM Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne PLAY NOW
Thunder vs Scorchers, 54th Match Jan 26, Sun, 3:45 AM Sydney Showground Stadium, Sydney PLAY NOW
Strikers vs Hurricanes, 55th Match Jan 26, Sun, 8:10 AM Adelaide Oval, Adelaide PLAY NOW
Renegades vs Heat, 56th Match Jan 27, Mon, 3:45 AM Docklands Stadium, Melbourne PLAY NOW
Hurricanes vs Thunder, Eliminator Jan 30, Thu, 12:00 AM Bellerive Oval, Hobart PLAY NOW
Stars vs Sixers, Qualifier Jan 31, Fri, 12:00 AM Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne PLAY NOW
Strikers vs Thunder, Knockout Feb 01, Sat, 12:00 AM Adelaide Oval, Adelaide PLAY NOW
Stars vs Thunder, Challenger Feb 06, Thu, 12:00 AM Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne PLAY NOW
Sixers vs TBC, Final Feb 08, Sat, 12:00 AM Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney PLAY NOW
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BIG BASH LEAGUE TEAMS - CURRENT PARTICIPATING

Strikers Heat
Hurricanes Renegades
Stars Scorchers
Sixers Thunder

BIG BASH LEAGUE 2019-20 SQUAD DETAILS

  • Strikers Team

    Batsmen: Jake Weatherald, Jon Wells, Jake Lehmann, Travis Head, Phil Salt, Cameron White

    All rounders: Matt Short, Cameron Valente, Michael Neser

    Wicket keepers: Harry Nielsen, Alex Carey

    Bowlers: Billy Stanlake, Liam O'Connor, Rashid Khan, Wes Agar, Nick Winter, Peter Siddle, Harry Conway

  • Heat Cricket Team

    Batsmen: Joe Burns, Max Bryant, Sam Heazlett, Matt Renshaw, Chris Lynn, AB de Villiers

    All rounders: Marnus Labuschagne, Ben Cutting

    Wicket keepers: Tom Banton, Jimmy Peirson

    Bowlers: Jack Prestwidge, Mark Steketee, Josh Lalor, James Pattinson, Ben Laughlin, Zahir Khan, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Mitchell Swepson

  • Hurricanes Cricket Team

    Batsmen: Jake Doran, George Bailey, Caleb Jewell, Ben Mcdermott

    All rounders: Jofra Archer, James Faulkner, Simon Milenko,Jarrod Freeman, D'Arcy Short

    Wicket keepers: Matthew Wade

    Bowlers: David Moody, Tom Rogers, Riley Meredith

  • Renegades Cricket Team

    Batsmen: Aaron Finch, Tom Cooper, Jake Fraser-McGurk, Marcus Harris, Mackenzie Harvey, Shaun Marsh

    All rounders: Dan Christian, Mohammad Nabi, Will Sutherland, Beau Webster, Jack Wildermuth

    Wicket keepers: Sam Harper

    Bowlers: Zak Evans, Harry Gurney, Joe Mennie, Kane Richardson, Cameron Boyce, Jon Holland

  • Stars Cricket Team

    Batsmen: Nic Maddinson, Glenn Maxwell

    All rounders: Hilton Cartwright, Clint Hinchliffe, Jonathan Merlo, Mohammad Amir

    Wicket keepers: Peter Handscomb, Ben Dunk

    Bowlers: Nathan Coulter-Nile, Lance Morris, Pat Brown, Daniel Worrall, Sandeep Lamichhane, Steve O'Keefe, Adam Zampa

  • Scorchers Cricket Team

    Batsmen: Cameron Bancroft, Nick Hobson, Kurtis Patterson

    All rounders: Ashton Agar, Aaron Hardie, Cameron Green, Mitchell Marsh, Liam Livingstone, Ashton Turner

    Wicket keepers: Josh Inglis, Sam Whiteman

    Bowlers: Jason Behrendorff, Matt Kelly, Joel Paris, Jhye Richardson, Andrew Tye, Fawad Ahmed

  • Sixers Cricket Team

    Batsmen: Steve Smith, James Vince, Daniel Hughes, Jordan Silk

    All rounders: Moises Henriques

    Wicket keepers: Josh Philippe, Peter Nevill

    Bowlers: Tom Curran, Sam Curran, Ben Dwarshuis, Stephen O’Keefe

  • Thunder Cricket Team

    Batsmen: Callum Ferguson, Usman Khawaja, Chris Woakes, Eoin Morgan, Alex Hales

    All rounders: Arjun Nair, Chris Green, Daniel Sams, Chris Morris

    Wicket keepers: Jos Buttler, Jay Lenton, Tim Ludeman

    Bowlers: Max Waller, Chris Tremain

Strikers Team

Once upon a time, during the Twenty20 Big Bash, Strikers was known as Southern Redbacks. It all happened in 2011, with the inception of the Big Bash League. At that time, the captain was the talented South Australian, Michael Klinger. As mentioned earlier, he has one of the best performances as a batsman. As for the coach, it was Darren Berry. He was actually coaching Southern Redbacks but continued his services with the Strikers. Presently, the current coach is the skilled cricketer Jason Gillespie, who has played for Australia. The captain of this team is Travis Head, who is not only a crowd favourite, but also a superb batsman. Strikers was crowned the winner back in 2017-18.

Heat Team

Back in 2011, Heat was founded to represent the beautiful state of Queensland and its bustling city. In the ninth season of the BBL, Christopher (Chris) Lynn is the captain of the team, who is fired up to lead his team. He is a batsman who would aim for the sixes. The coach of the team is Darren Scott Lehmann. He brings years of experience in coaching at the national level. Closer to home, he coached the IPL teams Deccan Chargers (2009-12) and Kings XI Punjab (2013). He is an astute batsman and a conventional bowler. It will be interesting to see the captain and coach power the Heat to victory. The last time they won the BBL trophy was in the second season (2012-13).

Hurricanes Team

This team is still to crack the winning formula. They have reached the finals twice (2013 - 14 and 2017 - 18) but went home as runners up. The team was setup in 2011 with the formation of the BBL and they represent Tasmania. Back then the coach was Allister de Winter and the captain of the inaugural team was the experienced Tim Paine. Fast forward to 2019-20 BBL, the coach of the Hurricanes is Adam Griffith. He was the assistant at Scorchers and brings that enriching knowledge with him. The captain of the present team is Matthew Wade, who is a phenomenal wicket keeper of all three forms of cricket. He has played in a number of international matches for Australia too. It is time that the coach and the captain steer this team to triumph.

Renegades Team

They are the defending champions of the 2018-19 Big Bash League. Will they retain their tile? The Victoria-based team started off on a rocky bed. When the BBL was launched, they won only two matches in that season. Back then the captain was Victorian all-rounder Andrew McDonald and the coach was Simon Helmot. Over the years, these roles changed hands and today the captain is the brilliant Aaron Finch – he was part of the original team and has risen to new heights. The coaching is in the hands of Michael Klinger. It will be exciting to see this powerful duo lead the Renegades to win their second tournament.

Stars Team

This team is yet to shine. They have come close but fallen short of winning the title. In the present team, they have international players such as Glen Maxwell, Peter Handscomb, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Steve O'Keefe, Adam Zampa and few others from international teams. Will this be their promising year? It all comes down to the talented captain Glenn Maxwell, who has played brilliantly for Australia. Also, the present coach David Hussey brings with him the experience he has gained from the domestic and international tournaments.

Scorchers Team

They are leading the charts – the Scorchers have won three times. At one point, they won consecutively, from 2013-15. The present team is guided by the captain, Mitchell Marsh, who has a rich experience in all three formats and played against major international teams. The coach of Scorchers is Adam Voges. His batting average for test matches is 61.87, among batsmen who have finished their career and played a minimum of 20 innings. It is just behind Don Bradman. Most of the team members in the team’s history are Australians, however, they have roped in English, South African, and Pakistani players. Will the Scorchers char the road to victory in the 2019-20 BBL?

Sixers Team

This is the team that had won the first ever tournament but have come close to winning it in a couple of seasons. The longest standing players in this team are Nathan Lyon and Moises Henriques – they have been there from the beginning. Sixers have been featured in four of seven finals series. On two occasions they were playing against Scorchers, and lost both the matches. In this year’s tournament, Moises Henriques is geared to captain the team and Gregory Shipperd is coaching the team for the league. Both of them are prolific players in their field.

Thunder Team

This team won the fifth edition of the Big Bash League, back in 2015-16. They have players such as Michael Hussey, Shane Watson, Usman Khawaja and Jacques Kallis in their squad. In the later years, the performance of the squad dwindled. Can the team’s captain Callum Ferguson and the coach Shane Bond revive the thunder in this team? Get a glimpse of them at the Thunder’s home ground, which is the Giants Stadium. Initially, the Thunder replaced the New South Wales Blues – they played for the now-defunct Twenty20 Big Bash. The new debuted in 2011, when BBL was inaugurated. Could this be the year for the Thunder?

DID YOU KNOW, ABOUT THE BIG BASH LEAGUE

  1. In 2011, the Cricket Australia set up The Big Bash League, which replaced the Twenty20 Big Bash.

  2. Initially, it has six state teams, but it now has eight city-based teams.

  3. A contest was thrown open to Australian designers to come up with a design for the trophy. The Australian public selected the final design.

  4. In 2012, the board wanted to include regional teams such as Newcastle, Canberra, Geelong, and Gold Coast. New Zealand was also considered in the expansion, but it has not materialised yet.

  5. Michael Klinger has scored the greatest number of runs, 1947 in all.

  6. Ben Laughlin has taken the highest number of wickets in the Big Bash League – a total of 95.

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PAST WINNERS OF BIG BASH LEAGUE

Out of the eight teams, six have won the league. Scorchers have won three times and they are one of the toughest teams in the league.

Year Winners Runner Ups Score
2011-12 Sixers Scorchers Sixers won by 7 wickets (3/158)
2012-13 Heat Scorchers Heat won by 34 runs (5/167)
2013-14 Scorchers Hurricanes Scorchers won by 39 runs (4/191)
2014-15 Scorchers Sixers Scorchers won by 4 wickets (6/148)
2015-16 Thunder Stars Thunder won by 3 wickets (7/181)
2016-17 Scorchers Sixers Scorchers won by 9 wickets (1/144)
2017-18 Strikers Hurricanes Strikers won by 25 runs (2/202)
2018-19 Renegades Stars Renegades won by 13 runs (5/145)

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